Re: a term in French ... Marcel & Silence


Subject: Re: a term in French ... Marcel & Silence
From: Larry Austin (larryaustin@grandecom.net)
Date: Tue May 31 2005 - 18:02:29 EDT


Dear Sylvi and other computers:

I actually looked up "computer" in my Random House (sic)
Websters College Dictionary and was not too surprised to
find the 2nd definition as "One who computes." Sigh. I
guess computer really are only human.

Meanwhile, thanks to everyone who helped me with the
term "convolution" and it's plural form in French. Same
spelling as in English.

Larry A.

sylvi macCormac wrote:

> ( Silent as usual if you mean th mime Marcel Marceux :-)
>
> Pardon Moi ? Do computers put 'white out' on our faces ?
>
> People = Analog Computers with 10 or more Digital Byts
>
> and th DNA of Sound is found in th Grains of our Voices ;-)
>
> dear iriXx, would you mind helping a Lady climb these musical steps ?
>
> i might fall down laughing / lol / lol / lol / stairs are passé ?
>
> best regards, sylvi macCormac
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da /bc
> siwash rock & soundscape composition
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> ps why do Acoustic Ecologists make
> so many scatchy noises on Vinyl & Plastiqué ?
>
> Kevin Austin wrote:
>
> > At 11:06 PM -0700 5/29/05, Innes Andy Park wrote:
> > > ... So maybe the 1st computer music was not CSIRAC after all, if
> > >music can be unintentional.
> >
> > Involuntary perception of unintentional music.
> >
> > (? Where is Marcel when we need him?)
> >
> > best
> >
> > Kevin



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